GREYHOUND Ladies Rugby Club waltzed to the league title and promotion with an emphatic 93-0 victory in their final game of the season against a helpless Wellingborough.

The hosts, needing a victory to secure the Women's National Challenge Midlands 2 South crown, were forced to play 10-a-side rugby due to their visitors having injury problems.

Greyhound rose to the occasion running over 15 tries without response.

Winger Michelle Ruddock got the score board moving with her first of a brace before centre Beth Jones scored her first ever try.

Abbie Roberts got her first of five tries before winger Carly Whent crossed the whitewash for the 35th time this season, scoring a total of 175 points alone.

Also crossing the whitewash was fly-half Bonnie Smith (2), centre Carly Phillips, winger Charlotte Mayo-Evans, prop Claire Higginson and full-back Georgina Evans.

Kickers Smith and Laura Jenkins consistently added the extra to finish the campaign with 20 and 21 successful conversions respectively.

Due to the visitors' injury problems Bethan Williams showed her sportsmanship by changing sides and playing for the opposition.

Greyhound thought they had scored a 16th try with the last play of the match, but Lorna Cooke was denied by a controversial referee decision.

Led by head coach Pete Williams and assistant Jon Burge their team finished top with 11 wins and three defeats from their 14 games.